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The purpose of simple syrup—to sweeten a cold drink without waiting for sugar to dissolve—is straightforward. With its range of innovative, small-batch flavors, Royal Rose is anything but. Committed to the idea that quality ingredients make for quality cocktails, the brand uses 100% organic, fair trade cane sugar made from evaporated cane juice. This favorite companion of Brooklyn bartenders is a great way to liven up any libation.
It tastes kind of gross. Not a fan. I love the flavors, originally, but in this product that is lost. Not recommended.2
Not good with Soda water that's for sure. Since I don't drink Whiskey this was kinda lost on me. I'm sure it was a good product and I wish there was some other use for it.2
Not so sure about the chiles. Maybe only for alcohol would this work. Not so sure id use it with anything else2
We do not like hot/spicy flavored alcohol so I was at a disadvantage. Dont like the spicy flavor, but maybe I can someone use it for food? We do like spicy food!2
While I am down to make mixed drinks and cocktails, this simple syrup was a little too outside of my flavor profile for me to enjoy.2
Did not really care for this. I'm a simple man I don't like to have to do any extra work. This is a no for me2
I'm definitely into drink products and I have tried some different mixers and bitters lately. This product really didn't taste very good and you had to use a lot to make a difference.2
I have tried this in a few different drinks. I keep wanting to like it but it just seemed to be a miss on the flavors. I love hot peppers and use them often. I would have prefered more spiciness to the syrup. Instead the smokiness of the roasted peppers overwhelms the other elements. I wish it was a haberno/jalopeno mix.2
I received the chili flavor and it was strange to say the least. Not very spicy and weirdly sweet - not a flavor combo I appreciate.2
I like whiskey but this just sits in the bottom of the glass. Probably need to use in a shaker, just not my thing.2